[ASI] Make the U.N. Great?

September 19th, 2017 at 12:54 pm EST
   
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

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So Trump was right after all – he was being wiretapped. Reports indicate that the Deep State used secret court orders to wiretap the former Trump campaign chairman, before and after the election. That’s Paul Manafort. We knew all along he had ties to Russia. The issue, however, is that the investigation is a diversion from the fact that Obama was and is the real Russian agent.  He is orchestating all of this behind the scenes, in order to DUMP TRUMP. And did you notice that Obama is raking in big bucks from Wall Street? He’s making $400,000 per chat, at such places as Carlyle Group, one of the world’s biggest private equity firms, investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald's conference on health care, and clients of the Chicago-based Northern Trust Corp.

The Big Money is betting on Obama’s return to power.

Here’s from the Northern Trust Corp. web site: We serve the world’s most-sophisticated clients – from sovereign wealth funds and the wealthiest individuals and families, to the most-successful hedge funds and corporate brands.

Desperate to save his presidency, Trump’s visit to the United Nations is a sad spectacle. Fox News even called it Trump’s attempt to MAKE THE UN GREAT.

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What is the best-managed program at the U.N.? The $50 billion-plus U.N. pension fund, known as the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund. It is the world’s biggest pension fund. This is a graphic describing the plan:

United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund

Not a bad job, heh?

The net effect of the reforms being pushed by Trump is to create a more centralized bureaucracy accountable to Secretary General António Guterres, an out-of-the-closet socialist. On Monday, Trump said about him:

On behalf of the co-host countries, I would like to also thank Secretary General Guterres for -- and you have been fantastic -- for joining us, and we affirm our commitment to the United Nations reform.  And reform is what we're talking about. I applaud the Secretary General for laying out a vision to reform the United Nations so that it better serves the people we all represent.  We support your efforts to look across the entire system and to find ways the United Nations can better, and be better at development, management, peace, and security.

I want to reform it out of existence. How about that?

Trump will lose some of his base with all this pandering to the U.N. He apparently thinks it might save his job. I doubt it.

He challenges the U.N. to deal with North Korea and Iran. Oh, really? He’s whistling Dixie.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net



Sincerely,


Cliff Kincaid, President

 

 

 

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